My father was admitted to hospital a couple of weeks ago to find out whether he was developing the early stages of dementia.
I was talking to a service user the other day about the care he has received at the Trust. He was telling me how much it means to him that he’s been asked to help develop a new web page for our Ealing recovery hub. He’s been unwell for a few years, but during that time, thanks to encouragement from friends, his family and staff at the Trust, he’s had the support to develop his skills to put him in a position to do this work.
We’re running a competition to help recruit new members to the Trust. Until 1 March 2013, you’ll have the chance to win one of five £50 high street vouchers for each new member you sign up using our special online form.
The beginning of the year is a great time for all of us working here to think about what we want to achieve in the next 12 months. So I thought it would be timely to share with you my thoughts on our priorities for 2013.
A statement from West London Mental Health NHS Trust’s Chief Executive about the Metropolitan Police report on Jimmy Savile.
Five companies submitted tenders to West London Mental Health NHS Trust today, in a bid to become the main contractor for the Broadmoor Hospital redevelopment.
A former senior nurse at Broadmoor Hospital has been recognised in the New Year honours list for services to nursing.
Staff from West London Mental Health Trust (WLMHT) have brought Christmas cheer to some of their Ealing based patients by delivering special hampers this week.
We have been successful in finding new locations for our Work Rehabilitation services and the Recovery Hub, all of which are currently located on the St Bernard’s site in Ealing.
The Trust has recently agreed funding for the next phase of the service user 24/7 telephone support line.